As some of you may know, we have featured in this months Hertfordshire living magazine, so rather than me rambling on, as I did last week! I thought it would be nice to post my interview for you all to read! Page one Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 I would like to say a huge Thankyou to my PR company BumpPR for making this happen!! Frankie
I have been left with a large midline scar which is very obvious. I also have two smaller scars where the drains were placed in my side. I find it very difficult to think or talk about what happened. For the first 18 months -2 years I broke down every time I thought about it.
My life with Endometriosis This week I want to talk about a condition I’ve suffered with for over half my life - Endometriosis. Endometriosis is a condition that takes over the lives of 1 in 10 women in the UK. The condition occurs when cells similar to the ones that line the womb are found in other areas of the body. Each month these cells react in the same way to those in the womb, building up and then breaking down and bleeding. Unlike the cells in the womb that leave the body as a period, this blood has no way to escape. Not only does Endometriosis cause severe pain, it can lead to infertility, fatigue and bowel problems, as well as feelings of...
There was a total of seven at our house today: myself, Dan, Henry, Amelia, Uncle Nick, Auntie Louise and Cousin Gracie, and I would be lying if I said I wasn’t slightly stressed out about it!! I'm a bit of a tidy freak, but we are currently packing up our house as the dreaded transfer window approaches! I have lived in four different cities in four years, got married and had two children within that time, which has added stress to my lifelong battle with anxiety, but that’s for another day and another blog post!